Any home can be considered a backdrop for its contents, but the Town House takes that principle to the extreme. With white walls, a white counter, and an off-white floor, this Swedish abode makes the colors of fruit, photos, and book covers pop, providing a new focal point at every turn. Photo by Mark Seelen.
The house is designed like an urban loft. Even elements such as the staircase and second-floor railings are almost transparent, so natural light floods the structure from dawn to dusk. Moseley's friend David W. Prasse (right) and designer Scott Ball take it all in. Photo by Mark Steinmetz.